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The Biggest Myth in Putting revealed. The best golfers in the world do not putt straight back and straight through.

If you are putting straight back and straight through it is hurting your putting, period.

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Rick Smith-

We all know the fastest and easiest way to lower your scores is by holing more putts. But there’s one BIG reason you don’t putt as well as you could. What is it? Just a few decades ago, all golfers, the best players in the world to beginners, putted on greens that were WAY slower than even the average greens are today and not nearly as smooth. The average Stimpmeter speed today on tour is 12 - 13 feet and at muni courses, about 10 feet. But un till the 1970s it was only about 9 feet on tour and as slow as 7 feet at public tracks. Why is that important to understand? Because these inconsistent and slow greens NEEDED more of a straight back and straight through pop stroke to get the ball rolling on top of the grass.

With the advent of better conditioning, in the mid 70s, greens started becoming smoother and faster. And that began a HUGE CHANGE IN TOUR PLAYERS PUTTING STROKES! And it started to become THE way the best players in the world stroked their putts. That is, until in the mid 90s, it was pretty much the ONLY way any professional playing for money putted.

I saw the change as a young player and then I started teaching students this NEW putting stroke in the late 70s as soon I began to help tour players.

But even as of today, right now in 2022, most amateur golfers still think that the proper putting stroke motion is that old, outdated, obsolete motion that, on today’s greens, is not even CLOSE to as effective, reliable or consistent as this totally easier and WAY better one. Are you ready? Here is the ugly truth. THE BEST PUTTING STROKE, THE ONES THE PROS USE, IS NOT STRAIGHT BACK AND STRAIGHT THROUGH!!

Here it is, the PAR Perfect Mirror! You might be saying, Rick I’ve seen those putting mirrors before and have seen Tour players using them well. There is only ONE putting mirror that has THE PERFECT slightly arcing stroke built right into the mirror and its patent pending allows you to easily groove your stroke in your home, office or on the putting green!

I like the PAR Perfect SO much, as soon as I was introduced to it, I began using it with ALL my tour students AND amateur students.


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It’s like this: every natural, non-manipulated putting stroke has some degree of arc.

When the shoulder blades move back and forth on the back of the chest, a unique arc is created. This is a result of the geometry of the golfer’s posterior thorax (medical term for upper back of chest), and its movement necessitates little manipulation from the hands and forearms during the stroke. When this occurs, the rotation of the putter head matches the natural arc a golfer possess in the full swing.


The Science


There has been conflicting and confusing information floating around about the arc type putting stroke for years, but here are two scientific facts.

One

The arc-type stroke is the perfect stroke because the thorasic area of the spine (the area of the spine to which your ribs are attached) is neither vertical nor horizontal at setup. When the shoulders move, the throrasic area of the spine moves. So the plane of motion runs from the thorasic spinal area to the sweet spot of the putter. This is a very precise situation and the variables involved grow exponentially as soon as any other body part moves. So the arc-type stroke is also considered the perfect stroke because it has the fewest moving parts. The less parts that move under pressure, the better off we all are trying to make that much needed 6 footer.

Two

The movement of a putter face and its implications on impact is the starting line of the putt. Should you putt with an arc, or should you be trying to incorporate a Straight Back and Straight Through putting stroke? While in theory, a straight back and straight through sounds like the simplest solution, it is in fact the most difficult. Putters are built at an angle (approximately 70 degrees) and do not move in a vertical plane, but rather an inclined plane. It is because of this inclined plane, the putter head will move in a natural arc as it moves on the face of the inclined plane.

It then becomes necessary to differentiate the face motion of the putter to the target vs. the path (the arc inscribed by the clubhead of the putter). The first type of rotation occurs as the putter moves back on the inclined plane. The face will appear to rotate open and then rotate close on the downswing . This is known as Absolute rotation, or rotation of the face compared to the target.

The second type of rotation is in relationship to the path of the clubhead which is known as relative rotation (being relative the path). Ideally, this motion should be limited to increase the consistency of sweet spot control and face angle.


You might be asking yourself who putts with a putting arc? How about some of the best players on Tour and just about every tour player you watch on Sunday.


Tiger Woods’ putting stroke had significantly more arc in both the backstroke and through-stroke.

In fact, he would always practice a gate drill: two tees outside of both the toe and heal of the putter while using only his right hand.

This would allow him to feel like he’s swinging the weight of the putter both back and through. Meaning arc in the back stroke, squaring at impact, and releasing in the through-stroke.


If you are looking for a textbook illustration for how to address a golf ball with a putter in your hand, Jordan Spieth is your man.

Jordan Spieth's incredible putting technique puts him perfectly square with his feet alignment matching his clubface.

The ball is a fraction ahead of centre in his stance and this helps him strike the ball slightly on the upswing, to get the ball rolling sooner.

You will also notice that his eyes are a fraction inside the ball-to-target line and that allows him to create a very gentle inside arc to his stroke in the backswing.


Even our current U.S. Open winner uses an arc putting stroke!

Repetition is a big thing in putting. The best putters are able to keep their stroke within the same parameters, which is why technical practice is so important.

This is why you see so many pros on the practice green using The Par Perfect Putting Mirror and creating a putting template every day before a tournament.


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PAR PERFECT MIRROR

RIGHT HANDED

The Par Perfect Mirror allows the player to see their eye position, ball position, and shoulder alignment at set up. Instantly improve eye and shoulder alignment, dial in your backstroke and follow-through, and improve the overall accuracy of your putting using the Par Perfect putting mirror.

$89.95

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PAR PERFECT MIRROR

LEFT HANDED

The Par Perfect Mirror allows the player to see their eye position, ball position, and shoulder alignment at set up. Instantly improve eye and shoulder alignment, dial in your backstroke and follow-through, and improve the overall accuracy of your putting using the Par Perfect putting mirror.

$89.95

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